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The Grid 2 allows people with limited or unclear speech to use a computer as a voice output communication aid, using symbols or text to build sentences.

You can also access your Windows desktop and other programs, with the built in Computer Control features.

In addition to this, you can send and receive email and sms messages, browse the web, listen to music... and more too!

The Grid 2 is accessible to everybody, accepting input from eye gaze, switches, headpointer, touchscreen, mouse, and other options too. It requires a PC running Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7.

This eye tracker software works under MS Windows and replaces the mouse pointer with a users gaze. Below is a photo of me using Dasher to write with my eye movement. I can write at about 50-100 characters per minute (10 – 20 wpm). With further development, faster speeds should be possible.

GazeTalk is a predictive text-entry system for severely disabled people that has a restricted on-screen keyboard with ambiguous layout. The main reason for using such a keyboard layout is that it enables the use of an eye tracker with a low spatial resolution (e.g., a web-camera based eye tracker).The goal of the GazeTalk project is to develop an eye-tracking based AAC system that supports several languages, facilitates fast text entry, and is both sufficiently feature-complete to be deployed as the primary AAC tool for users, yet sufficiently flexible and technically advanced to be used for research purposes. The system is designed for several target languages, initially Danish, English, Italian, German and Japanese.

The Dynavox Series 5 software is a communication package which supports multiple access methods and can be customised to meet individual needs. It has templates for creating and edit vocabulary vocabulary pages, and also includes the InterAACTvocabulary, which is suitable for a wide range of ages and language abilities.The software is designed for Dynavox communication aids like the V and VMax, and can work with Microsoft Windows XP or Vista. It also features computer access and email (ability to sign up for a email account). A range of artificial voice options are included including AT&T Natural Voices.

Boardmaker® with Speaking Dynamically Pro builds on the power of Boardmaker® Plus! with features like natural sounding voices, word prediction and more! Designed for individuals challenged by significant speech or language disabilities, Boardmaker ® with Speaking Dynamically Pro transforms any computer into a speech output device and powerful student learning tool.

Mind Express has been radically updated. The new version, Mind Express 4, is even more user-friendly and quicker to use! The menus and options have been extensively changed: programming is simplified, intuitive and faster. Moreover, Mind Express 4 is packed with new features: multimedia, calendars, agendas, dynamic lists, freestyle pages and more. Mind Express 4 is dynamic and geared to the life of its users. With Mind Express 4, it is faster and easier than ever before to create cells and vocabularies, develop an exercise or create an original therapy game.

Stop typing – and start talking. Perfect for anyone who wants an easier, faster, and more fun way to interact with your PC. Just talk to type and control your computer with your voice.

Input words into word-processing programs or to fill out online forms in a web browser. You can also use Speech Recognition to edit text on your computer.

EZ Keys is designed for users who have a third-grade reading level or above and cannot speak or for speaking users who desire adapted computer access. Users with a wide range of disabilities find EZ Keys simple to operate and essential to everyday communication. EZ Keys allows the literate user to do everything from typing a letter, to engaging in conversation with a friend, to exploring the worldwide web. World-renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking uses the software to deliver lectures around the world, while a nine-year-old boy uses it to talk with friends and to participate in classroom activities at his school in Louisiana.

Click-N-Type is an on-screen virtual keyboard designed to provide computer accessibility to anyone with a disability that prevents him or her from typing on a physical computer keyboard. As long as the physically challenged person can control a mouse, trackball, touch screen or other pointing device, this adaptive software keyboard allows you to send keystrokes to virtually any Windows application or DOS application that can run within a window. The Click-N-Type Virtual Keyboard requires Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/Win-7 or later. There are other onscreen virtual keyboards around but you’ll find Click-N-Type the easiest to use for getting text into problematic applications. Try them all. You’ll see they all work fine while typing into Notepad or WordPad, but when you attempt to do some real work, with all but the expensive ones, you’ll get really annoyed really fast. The Click-N-Type Soft Keyboard was designed with ease of use foremost in mind. Oh yes, it’s FREE. If you need it, you can have it. I’ve seen too many people trying to make money off disabled people.

If you show people a picture of something simple, like an apple, they will naturally associate more than one idea with that picture. People usually say the most obvious idea first – “apple” – but then they start associating more ideas – “fruit,”“red,” “eat,” “bite,” and “hungry.” Minspeak takes advantage of this natural tendency by using a small set of pictures to represent a large number of words in a communication device.

Look to Learn is a software package with 40 eye gaze activities designed for people starting out with eye gaze technology.